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Winners & Losers Since March 9th Low

As investors look ahead to the second half of the year, the impact of the stock market's rally since March 9th, could provide insight into where some bets have been placed.

Since their lowest close this year, all major US indices have posted gains north of 30%. The NASDAQ Composite is currently leading the rally with a gain of 46% from its close on March 9th, followed by the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average , up 37% and 30%, respectively.

In addition, the Russell 2000 index, a measure of small-cap companies, has seen a jump of 49% since the market's multi-year low.

Despite the sharp rebound, the Dow continues to trade in negative territory year-to-date. However, all 30 Dow components are trading in the black since their close on March 9th this year, and only 3 companies in the NASDAQ 100 are trading down since that date.

The following tables portray the winners and losers from the market's rally. From the list below, it looks like investors bet that many financials and perhaps consumer discretionary stocks may have been oversold in early March. Looking forward, many analysts have recently said that we are due for a pullback, indicating some of the biggest gainers might not extend their runs. Others, however, believe this rally still has legs.


As investors look ahead to the second half of the year, the impact of the stock market's rally since March 9th, could provide insight into where some bets have been placed.

Since their lowest close this year, all major US indices have posted gains north of 30%. The NASDAQ Composite is currently leading the rally with a gain of 46% from its close on March 9th, followed by the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average , up 37% and 30%, respectively.

In addition, the Russell 2000 index, a measure of small-cap companies, has seen a jump of 49% since the market's multi-year low.

Despite the sharp rebound, the Dow continues to trade in negative territory year-to-date. However, all 30 Dow components are trading in the black since their close on March 9th this year, and only 3 companies in the NASDAQ 100 are trading down since that date.

The following tables portray the winners and losers from the market's rally. From the list below, it looks like investors bet that many financials and perhaps consumer discretionary stocks may have been oversold in early March. Looking forward, many analysts have recently said that we are due for a pullback, indicating some of the biggest gainers might not extend their runs. Others, however, believe this rally still has legs.


As investors look ahead to the second half of the year, the impact of the stock market's rally since March 9th, could provide insight into where some bets have been placed.

Since their lowest close this year, all major US indices have posted gains north of 30%. The NASDAQ Composite is currently leading the rally with a gain of 46% from its close on March 9th, followed by the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average , up 37% and 30%, respectively.

In addition, the Russell 2000 index, a measure of small-cap companies, has seen a jump of 49% since the market's multi-year low.

Despite the sharp rebound, the Dow continues to trade in negative territory year-to-date. However, all 30 Dow components are trading in the black since their close on March 9th this year, and only 3 companies in the NASDAQ 100 are trading down since that date.

The following tables portray the winners and losers from the market's rally. From the list below, it looks like investors bet that many financials and perhaps consumer discretionary stocks may have been oversold in early March. Looking forward, many analysts have recently said that we are due for a pullback, indicating some of the biggest gainers might not extend their runs. Others, however, believe this rally still has legs.



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